- The next and first female vice president, Kamala Harris, has shown that America may be have another favourite couple in the White House
- In a post on Monday, November 9, Kamala went all-out to introduce her husband, Douglas Emhoff, to the world
- The vice president-elect in a cute manner described Douglas as the love of her life
The first female vice president-elect, Kamala Harris, on Monday, November 9 went all lovey-dovey on social media about her hubby, Douglas Emhoff.
While the media attention is on her as a historic figure in world politics and the first woman to occupy such a big seat of power in the US, she shared cute a photo of her husband. She captioned the photo with:
"Meet the love of my life, @DouglasEmhoff."
In the photo, the two lovebirds smiled graciously as they posed against a brown drapey background.
See the photo below:
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet had gathered over 380,000 likes with thousands of quoted replies.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reaction to her tweet:
"It's so good to see actual human love again. You can tell they motivate each other. It's like with Michelle and Barak and like Jill and Joe. Even the old-timey Republicans can remember the first family actually loving each other and making each other better."
"Hello!! Have you decided what the title of your historic position will be? Second Man? Second Sir? Second Gentleman? Either way, congratulations and I am so excited for you both on your next adventures in your lives!!"
"Behind every successful person there is a host of others that have supported them. With so much sexism still existing, it takes a real man to have supported and enabled Kamala's success. Congratulations to both!"
"America is going to love you two. You’ve done spoiled us already."
"Future generations will learn about you, Mrs Harris, and they will love you for what you are doing to save our democracy."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Kamala on Monday, November 9, spoke to black women in the US.
In a Twitter post, she thanked them as she said black women have often been despised despite the repeated calls for them to push the nation’s democracy forward.
Kamala explained that the victory she and president-elect Joe Biden secured at the polls could not have been possible without their help.
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